TABLE 5

Vaccine-Information Sources of HealthStyles Respondents With at Least 1 Child Aged 6 Years or Younger, 2009 (N = 475)

Weighted %95% Confidence Interval
How much information about specific immunization safety issues will you try to find before your youngest child's next vaccination?
    A lot20.717.5–24.2
    Some22.419.0–26.0
    A little11.99.4–14.8
    None11.58.9–14.2
    Does not apply, my child has already had all recommended vaccines33.529.7–37.5
What are the 3 most important sources of information that have helped you make decisions about your youngest child's vaccinations?
    My child's health care provider, such as a doctor or nurse81.778.4–84.8
    Family47.343.3–51.6
    My child's other parent23.019.7–26.7
    Friends22.519.2–26.1
    American Academy of Pediatrics20.917.7–24.5
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention14.912.1–18.0
    Internet9.97.7–12.7
    Other7.25.2–9.5
    Magazines5.03.4–7.1
    Television news shows3.22.0–4.9
    Newspapers2.71.6–4.3
    Complementary health care provider, such as a chiropractor or homeopath2.01.1–3.4
    Daytime or entertainment television shows0.90.3–2.0
    Radio0.30.1–1.1